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An hour and a quarter from Europe (via Algeciras-Ceuta) Morocco 
offers innumerable exotic beauties, unusual types and oriental 
customs in an atmosphere of 'The Arabian Nights*. To admire 
such incomparable beauties the tourist has the advantage of 
comfortable hotels, rapid and luxurious means of communication 
and magnificent roads. 



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XSXXlJaL PAiMST OF IJDriOCCO 
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"Letters to the i filters" Section 
'Ike aturday vening Post 
Independence IMM 
Philadelphia, 5, Pa* 

Dear airst 

2 would lilro to take Innuo with the article appealing la MM 
Saturday .Jvantiir: Post oa April 19th by ilStoard TOlednno, Italodano expresses 
.ore i of the :*reneh viewpoint than a suroetlon of the real situation in ."oroot 
. ilotary touches that colonialism and donocxetlt progress are Incompatible, 
while foreign donination is necessarily retarding since f oroienero do not 
have the eoae concern for Internal iriprovcnentc as do the nntivoa* 

"BAueatlon should bo propoeed in scnll doses as a prcniuEi and an 
honor reserved to the native aristocracy." Ala startling sto tenant vsas rude 
hy the i ranch ccaaearning -.orooc&n education* he rcr.ch director of iiohamedox 
toaohing in . orocco said "Politics in the present European sense of the word it 
Inappropriate for the work of progress vfcich is being done over here* ihorefor 
lot us think not of the :oxoecan citizen's onanoipation* nor the slave's freeda 
nor of wenon's liberty.. ." 

All of the proposed raneh reforms are aiaod at replacing old 
acdaation by a now farm bearing the label •'rcfcKU" 'the iron oh have mile svery 
effort to retard .qroeotm advsiucaaont in order to strengthen the > rench 
propaganda* stating that Licgooenns are not ready for independence* Scr exenple* 
schools ore open to all i ranch children in orocco while only 7 per cent of the 
.lorocoan children have school faeili ties, .fter forty years of rench rule* 
there are still no local eleeticne* not oven a nucleus of a legislative uenombly, 
no native trade unions* &o social l^ws protecting the native worker jnd ids 
family, no froodoa of spocoh end assembly, no legal code for ths natives* no 
freedom MB— M "■■ ■ ■■ah«.*j«*» to travel abroad, and limitations on internal 



travel* roledano remarks that "rule by the people Is a long prosees,* '?• viould 
like to bogin that nroceso now and not wait while the ranch reterd our growth 
another iorty years* It should be pointed out that riorooee existed as a 
unified independent nation long before ranee itself and was indepondont until 
the beginning of rench conquest in 1912* 

As far Itolodano's clai . that a free 'orocco vould be a divided I orocco* 
the -rench t ! eriaolvoa say that they aim at "isolating artificially the Jerbor 
population by trying to bring then closer to us" (ths branch)* •!*> it can bs 
seen that any danger of a divided I orocco is ; -proator under ranch nolo than in 
a united and free country* As a natter of foot* orocco now is arbitrarily 
divided into four zones* dangler* tno Spanish zonosB and the ranch zone* 

2he ."rench have had little suococs in thoir attonpts to divide the 
ijoroccan population* however* Last year the Jultan was nearly deposed by then 
vjhen he oiainod indopondonce for "orocco and rofuaod to 3ign decrooe iroposod 
by the rreach :oaidoncy* In retaliation the irench tried to stir up the people 

against hla by turning rural inhabitants against city dwellors* lowever, the 
pocpls were not fowled* vhon they loained the truth* they -eked the rosigaa- 

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DISSERTATION ON 
MOROCCO OF 1951 

Pierre Parent 

Former Deputy of the French in Morocco 

Preface by Claude Bourdet 



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The Moroccan Independence Party 

60 Sutton Place South 

New York 



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Pierre Parent 

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DISSERTATION ON 
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Pierre Parent 

Former Deputy of the French in Morocco 

Preface by Claude Bourdet 



Translated and Distributed by the Office of 
The Moroccan Independence Party < 
60 Sutton Place South 
New York 









DELEGACION DEL PARTIDQ ISTIQLAL 

(Partido de la InJependencia de MARRUECOS 
en SUDAMfiRICA 



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